Hcash weekly development update 11.01.2019-17.01.2019

The following is a weekly progress report from the HCASH development team. This report is divided in two parts: completed and ongoing work.

Our GitHub code can be found here: www.github.com/HcashOrg

Please note: code is being uploaded to GitHub progressively; if you find that something from this document is missing from a repository, please check back periodically.

Completed work:



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Released hcGUI V2.1.8 on Windows and macOS systems, which supports HcAutonomy


Tested agreement protocol


HX core

Released several current versions to solve bugs that have occured on current network

Fix incorrect display bug on ETH withdrawal status

HX Indicator

Fixed bugs on acceptance

Fixed several other bugs

Added balance display on Exchange page

Added pending order display on Exchange page


Optimise IDE code to query for memory leaks

Compile and release new version that is not equipped with debugger on macOS system

Add global _ENV variable display to debug interface

HX Tools

Upgrade UI of HX explorer plugin

Implement HX DApp demo

Ongoing work:



Optimise mining algorithm


Add new version notification

Add advertising feature

Test and release v 2.1.9


Provide assistance to Gate.io for remaining HSR to HC swapping

Provide assistance to Bitpie wallet

Technical support

Provide assistance to community for swapping HSR to HC


Fix bugs on agreement protocol API


Draft and release proposal on mainnet


HX core

Analyse exception issues that are thrown when nodes exit

Analyse exception issues that occasionally occur when nodes are running normally

Optimise cross-chain transaction information collection

Conduct research on Omni-USDT integration

HX Indicator

Optimise Order Centre page

Fix several bugs


Continue to optimise command line calling format and output format on debugger and IDE debug window follows up

Compile debugger on macOS systems

Refactor code

HX Tools

Optimise hx payment sdk functionalities

We are grateful for the immense effort made by all contributors. Each contributor and community member is vital to the technical development of the HCASH ecosystem.